Chemical analysis of packaging materials: ensuring safety and compliance

In today's global market, the importance of ensuring the safety and compliance of packaging materials cannot be overstated. Consumers and regulatory bodies demand packaging that not only protects the product but also guarantees the absence of harmful chemicals or substances that could potentially pose health risks. This is where chemical testing of packaging materials becomes paramount.

Intertek: Pioneers in Packaging Chemical Testing

Intertek, a leading global quality assurance provider, operates state-of-the-art chemical testing laboratories that specialize in the analysis of packaging and packaging materials. Our dedicated team of scientists and packaging experts collaborate with clients to optimize products, solve problems, analyze toxic components, investigate contamination, address regulatory compliance, and enhance food safety.

Comprehensive Packaging Material Analysis

Our material analysis capabilities encompass a diverse range of techniques and instrumentation. We conduct in-depth testing on all components used in packaging and packaging materials, such as paper, foams, films, various polymers, glues, paints, coatings, and metals. Our goal is to identify and isolate trace contamination, odors, coatings, and other critical factors in both package materials and final products.

Key Areas of Packaging Material Chemical Analysis:

Testing for Potential Harmful Substances and Toxic Metals

Intertek's cutting-edge laboratories are equipped to detect and measure toxins and toxic metals, such as cadmium, hexavalent chromium, lead, mercury, and phthalates, in various components of packaging materials. The analysis includes an array of techniques like ICP-OES, ICP-MS, LC-MS-MS, GC/MS, TD-GC-MS, XRF, and others, ensuring precise results at trace levels.

Collaborate with Intertek for Safe Packaging Solutions

Intertek offers global-scale analytical testing services for packaging materials, providing invaluable insights into the safety and compliance of packaging products. To ensure your packaging meets the highest safety standards, contact Intertek for detailed information on toxins analysis of packaging products and materials.

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